Archive for October 30, 2010
Here’s some exclusive Tron footage with Olivia WIlde driving a light car. I’d write more but I’m just going to watch this a bunch of times instead.
Okay I’m excited for this game. This commercial is pretty great too. I wonder if it’s related to a possible story line in Entourage between seasons. Maybe the boys needed a job and they have to park cars? We’ll see. Till then I’ll be playing Need For Speed.
I have some really talented coworkers. They came up with this shoot to celebrate the anniversary of Back to the Future and the bluray release. Check out the photos (including free walllpaper!) and a great animated video on playboy.com, as well as this SFW video of a little mishap that happened on the shoot.
I shot a roll of 35mm black and white and here’s a few samples. They were shot at Reggie’s after the Swoon Method show, in and around Cafe Lura, Debonair for the Handsome Devilz show, and all around Chicago.
So I was going to post this video a couple days ago when all the blogs had it. Fast forward to today on Facebook I see that hair and makeup was done by the lovely and amazing Kate Hastings. I met Kate working in NYC earlier this month. So here it is, finally on Panic Films featuring amazing hair and makeup, animation, and DLSR photography…I Have PSD.
Here she is. Enjoy the video and read the article on Esquire’s site.
This past weekend I enjoyed a lovely dinner of wings, pizza, and Rogue Dead Guy beer at Exchequer with a couple of friends. Afterwards I mentioned Terry Richardson to my friend, assuming he knew him. Turns out he didn’t so I filled him in on the man and his work. At home I came across Richardson’s blog and here we are. It’s worth checking out. He seems to post a lot to it. Here’s a couple of sample photos including Kate Moss. Check it out here.
I’ve always had respect for and been a fan of Kanye West. He’s worked with Daft Punk, he’s involved in fashion, he’s outspoken, and he’s making it all happen despite the haters hating. What’s he going to do next? Open a restaurant? Who knows. For now, I really like his directing debut with Runaway. There’s a lot going on here. It’s beautifully shot (check out the color treatment and compositions), great effects and choreography, and I’m thinking Kanye’s seen Matthew Barney’s Cremaster Cycle at least once. Here it is, uncensored, possibly NSFW, and clocking in at almost 35 minutes. Enjoy!